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in-person

(in′pĕr′sŏn)
Pert. to direct contact between people rather than indirect contact by telephone, e-mail, text messaging, or voice messaging; person-to-person.
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Tester is the only member of Montana's Congressional delegation to hold in-person town hall meetings over the past year.
Happy Returns, a technology, service and logistics company that provides in-person returns for online retailers, commissioned the survey of 1,800 online fashion shoppers to understand shopper attitudes toward returns and what retailers can do to improve the experience.
To test an alternative, the volunteer dermatologists created a "teletriage" system for primary care providers to turn to first, before attempting to schedule in-person dermatology appointments at Puentes de Salud.
Qualified candidates must pass a five-week standardized training course, including a mock lecture for in-person instructors and a mock online session for online instructors.
Instead of advancing the appeals process, limitations on in-person meetings could reduce the ability of taxpayers and the IRS to clearly communicate their respective positions and will likely extend and complicate the resolution of the issues.
To study whether on-line education is just a substitute for an in-person alternative, the researchers exploit the fact that the first cohort of OMSCS applicants faced a GPA threshold that generated quasi-random variation in admission among otherwise identical applicants.
Trained experts, known as in-person assisters, speak more than 50 languages and are helping people in AAPI communities throughout the nation enroll in health insurance.
In the study, conducted at Vanderbilt between May and December 2014, researchers worked with 50 patients who completed both in-person and online visits with their doctors.
The exchange worked with more than 11,000 nonprofit and for-profit in-person helpers for the 2015 enrollment period.
The investigators also had six of the fake applicants try to apply for coverage through navigators and other in-person assisters, Bagdoyan testified, according to a written version of his testimony posted on the Finance Committee website.
In-person surveys are one-on-one interviews typically conducted in high-traffic locations such as shopping malls.
Speaking at historically black Texas Southern University, the Democratic front-runner will propose a national requirement of at least 20 days of in-person early voting in every state, an aide said Wednesday.